- Dates with the label's artists are confirmed for Munich, Paris, Tel Aviv, Kiev, Brussels and more.
Yossi Amoyal's Sushitech label is going on tour to celebrate ten years of operation.
Sushitech is a firm favourite of DJs with an ear for deeper shades of house and techno. Over the years, the Berlin-based imprint has primarily released music from a core roster of US and European artists, with the likes of Delano Smith, Steve O'Sullivan and Anonym among its best known producers. These three, plus Roman Flügel, Thomas Melchior, Efdemin, XDB and Makam have all been locked in for dates on the tour, which hits 11 clubs in the coming months.
Munich's Bob Beaman is up next this Friday, February 20th, hosting sets from Makam and founder Yossi Amoyal. Makam and Amoyal will then head to Rex Club in Paris for a showcase the following night, where they'll be joined by Delano Smith. Dates in Geneva (13th), Kiev (21st) and Lyon (27th) are confirmed for March, a month that will be wrapped up by a Fabric slot soundtracked by Daniel Bell, Delano Smith, Tobias. and Amoyal on the 28th. A sole Israel slot is locked in for Tel Aviv on April 24th, after which the tour will be capped off with stopovers in Lisbon (May 8th), Antwerp (May 9th), Bucharest (June 5th) and Brussels (June 27th). Exact lineup details on those events are still to be revealed, but Efdemin, Margaret Dygas, Thor and Amoyal are among the acts billed at some of the gigs so far.